A Combined finite Element-state Space Modeling Environment for Induction Motors in the ABC Frame of Reference: The Blocked-rotor and Sinusoidally Energized Load Conditions
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
The combined finite element-state space (CFE-SS) modeling environment was used to predict the performance of a 1.2 hp, three-phase case-study squirrel cage induction motor under blocked rotor and typical load operating conditions. The nature of this CFE-SS environment allows one to rigorously account for the impact of space harmonics generated by the magnetic circuit, winding, and cage geometric, as well as layout peculiarities and magnetic saturation, on the current and torque profiles, and ohmic losses in the stator armature and cage. This includes the ability to predict the profiles of connector and bar currents. The results of the CFE-SS simulations compare favorably with blocked rotor and load experimental test data. Potential capabilities of this CFE-SS modeling environment, and its use in impacting motor design decisions, are discussed in the light of reported findings.
Baldassari, P. and Demerdash, Nabeel, "A Combined finite Element-state Space Modeling Environment for Induction Motors in the ABC Frame of Reference: The Blocked-rotor and Sinusoidally Energized Load Conditions" (1992). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 478.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, Vol. 7, No. 4 (December 1992): 710-720. DOI.
N.A. Demerdash was affiliated with Clarkson University at the time of publication.